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4 February 2021

Town’s Head Coach previews game at Kenilworth Road

- Carlos Corberán looks ahead to game against the Hatters
- Head Coach on what he expects from Nathan Jones’ side
- Watch Carlos’ full press conference below on #HTTV

Head Coach Carlos Corberán is expecting a battle against a good side when the Terriers face Luton Town at Kenilworth Road on Saturday.

Town go into the Sky Bet Championship encounter just a point and two places behind Saturday’s hosts who will be looking for their first win on home soil since the turn of the year.

Speaking in his pre-match press conference on Thursday afternoon, Carlos details what he expects from Nathan Jones’ side who sit just three points outside the top half of the table.

“I think Luton is a very good team, that’s why they are in-front of us in the table,” he said.

“They are making a good job. It’s a team with a lot of stability in their players.

“They’ve added two players in this window in Tom Ince and Elijah Adebayo.

“I expect a real battle in this game with two teams trying to give their best to win the game.”

When speaking with the media, Town’s Head Coach was also asked about how his squad is shaping up off the back of the January transfer market.

Despite the window shutting earlier this week, Carlos says the aim is always to try and make the squad as strong as possible and therefore the Terriers could also look into the free agent market, which remains open, in the coming weeks.

"We are always analysing our situation. We were trying everything to make a stronger squad (in January),” he said.

"Now, I am always focused on the squad that I have. I feel proud to work with the players that I have.

"As a club, we are always looking at how we can improve our squad.

"We will continue analysing the market. We know a striker is one position that we can be focused on.

"We are looking at free agent players. We understand this is an option we can improve."

Watch Carlos’ full press conference below on #HTTV!

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